EnergyMyWay, Middlesex and Hertfordshire are pleased to announce some clarity over the FIT after 3rd March 2012

Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) announced the result of its consultation on the Solar PV Feed-in Tariff.

The recent announcement has not made it clear if installations carried out between December 12th 2011 and March 3rd 2012 will receive 21p of 43.3p per kWh. However, it has clarified the situation going forward from 3rd March onwards.

  • Installations upto 4 kWp (retro fit) will receive 21p / kWh from 1st April 2012
  • Properties must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of D or higher to be eligible for the Feed-in Tariff
  • More than 25 installations registered to one entity will receive a reduced rate (80%) FiT
  • A mechanism for reviewing the rate of the tariffs quarterly has been introduced

EnergyMyWay Middlesex and Herts welcomes the clarity on the rate going forward and will continue to offer our clients a good rate of return and an excellent service. We will help our clients assess the energy efficiency of their properties as well as help them generate their own energy by installing renewable technologies.

You can read the full announcement from DECC here

If you would like further information on renewable or energy efficiency please contact Nish Dattani or 0208 090 9694

James Eades

By: James Eades

Operations Director, James Eades is EnergyMyWay's in-house expert on renewable energy policy, microgeneration technologies and best practice in the renewable energy industry.